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Old May 16th, 2013, 06:15 PM
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Nausea remedies

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Do you know any natural nausea remedy that is not ginger (already using ginger)
I had to change to capsules because with almost perma nausea I started to abhor the taste of ginger everyday
It's really BAD I have it like 15 - 18 hours of the 24 if not more and I don't vomit I just feel really nauseated and go to the bathroom cough, some water comes out. But I feel bad all the time.
Help! I'm going bonkers and I'm a bit depressed because I feel bad all the time I get goosebumps every 5 minutes of every hour
Even my daily exercise is getting difficult because I'm so nauseous.
Any miracle remedies out there?

P.S. I'm not sick I'm pregnant. Never been before but it's hitting me really bad.
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Old May 16th, 2013, 07:29 PM
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Oh, my sympathies!! But congrats on the baby-to-come!!

I have better luck with peppermint candies than with ginger. Real sugar peppermint candies, not sugarless ones.

Sounds miserable, Koteburo! How long did the doc think the nausea would last?
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Old May 16th, 2013, 07:50 PM
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Oh, my sympathies!! But congrats on the baby-to-come!!

I have better luck with peppermint candies than with ginger. Real sugar peppermint candies, not sugarless ones.

Sounds miserable, Koteburo! How long did the doc think the nausea would last?
It might go on through all the first trimester and I'm only 7 weeks in.
I'm going to give the peppermint candies a try.
@_@ I haven't been able to play as much with my fur babies because I'm Miss Pukey Dizzyckson hehe
Real sugar peppermint candies. Sounds good because along with it my belly gets really upset over nothing. I'll give it a try
Thanks for the hug I need them haha I promise not to puke

P.S. I'm having an hour of semi relief
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Old May 16th, 2013, 07:59 PM
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have you tried plain old unsalted soda crackers? My sister had killer heartburn too and the only thing that took it away was a few sips of beer!! She checked with her doctor first and he told her that if a few sips lets you have some relief than go for it. You could try peppermint tea as well.
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thanks! All advice welcome I just had a morning from hellzors.
Mmm today I'll look for the candy, some crackers and peppermint tea.
lol beer! that's awesome
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Old May 18th, 2013, 02:01 PM
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Congratulations on the baby, not the nausea. I was also going to suggest peppermint and peppermint tea. Saltless crackers helped me when I had the flu too. Hopefully in a short while this will pass.
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Old May 21st, 2013, 02:14 PM
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Got the peppermint, the crackers I have to find the unsalted though.
They all give me temporary relief and I'll take whatever.
It's been tough. I stopped exercising for a few days because I'm always so nauseated and that makes me sad. I've exercised almost everyday for quite a while now. I'm just waiting for the day I get out of this rough patch.
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